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The best part I've found from owning a Ford versus owning a Ram is that they're service techs have far more experience than those at Dodge.

And before they even look at your vehicle they know exactly what the problem is, and everytime its always the same thing..."The problem is circled right on the front of your truck for you."



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That's because the Ford techs have so much experience fixing the same problems....over and over and over.....

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this is something i do when there is a downpour of rain...i pull my truck out of the garage and let it sit in the driveway then as soon as the rain lightens i back it in the garage and low and behold not one spot (not kidding)...i won't allow a dealer to wash by hand and i will ONLY drive through a touchless car wash.
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Minerals in your water(ie hard water) is the cause of the water spots.
Waxing your truck helps repel the water so it doesnt evaporate while laying on the truck, leavin the minerals on the paint.
If you wax your truck and still have water spots try getting a mr.clean autodry car wash kit for you final rinse. I dont recomend the actual kit but the auto dry device has a filter in it that will remove the minerals.
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